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Tonus of Subscription: TWO 1HH,!.HS A VKAH IXADVAXCI ritiDAV. ocronnn is, ism Ttf I" W V .'l'l" fll. TIT,". 111) All VI'Vll Iii it ln'. iiuuiImm' uf lliirji-r'i 'ik'i there l ! t'H'tnri. of cuiiil 1 1 1 : j j, Is a Jim :s i. i, l.'nin.i tlnjr il i tr.s i i laiiL'lnnu line msii show li' i ji"i'cii':il n i.' ii a . Hi t s Mill I '(( U II hi mi ii'i n ,, i ,.. ,, . , j Hi lAi IIIH . . tiro . cM'Mt i. that hiio ii ii. Jlllp tllH lltflUt I linn tti . Ill II IV ver In ii i .fill pf t ll'IC. ! Hrl .1 III--' I '.. . JksiiiI. Mini u it'll, ii i 1. 1 s KfU U . . .IH till! W li '' I'lf .1 tilll'! I i s i In , , Vllill" H ,1 I V is I'd i i i I ! i' I .iii lU'OVC l llj tip Mi '. . 1 I I HI i it It III I ' II II ..I iiu r i. ( ii (rood .. i . Iii ,ii-. .i .. n.. i . Were I I. Oil ' o:in rtu.i li l , i i .tvini'i a ,ii ,v i v i.ii. . ,. , li i it'' .iin nf (-.I ,i n ii, rta.ii.- fll't 'III (.III V;.i. 'Hi ,l i,.i.l. I'n IliuV, :.l );. ,i .1 i (. M .,. : r . lc.tv m v i.il j., rue. ii i, ,. ray Ii'i". .New i.iii.- nil'-, on lutuil forrii'U. A I lit iii in. im . 'I'li'ii'ii by Iiu- i.m -ii. o (ia ii ii i- ii i, ii. ,t jr tllO I i 1 1 J ., 1 ,ni) ilia; .tr llJl'U."' 'J ll's l I .1" l t, ,'l ( tl.,lll I 11 I! bouli oti'jkcn T hi 1. 1 ic,, :i,i, who ftliilie. tiii; M'ljp i , I ;iii ii timt mails Diilit in;: u) o mailt) Iiimu a- tuev mv wliuro llui cai-ili il ie. not i.i.n. In ii V piiitiif tint I ,i,: uvo.-y .ail.f.i it ilirt Jays rthoi c it is ihrnj n. Im joiiKis u jiunnaiiuut ol)t!ii't',.iii,iii',',iii It is L'iiiiiioo l iiio !y o' saml or .rau'l. HcfO, till! (lift ll,sVi0S 1,1,1) up snow mill runs off. Yut wo mm ovur sem's hurn. iiMkiiij; niail-. by thu ll'llni: ttt jifocois, xvhi'ii it is cur aln tu:it all of tho dirt will .oo dissolve and run off. How Hum. shou d this bo nr.von,- .d? stiunlv bv niacin!' at eiti-ttiin ilu simnlvbv niacin., t , ,.! ,iu tanco- ajmit. jnTiiiaiient ob-tnict'ons . gravel, nanil, nnks, or tluibi-rs to net daiii-. WillowM, ffp rooting weeds orgiaitis Unit mat nnil eombiim over Uih -iiifaijn !i niM Imi1.icml along earth t'lnbatiKuiuiit i.) in-eve.it I ten- asir g. Where g.iii m ,u JI(,., jJU . but darn tun nal (tir owi reml ucri! eei a iln ii i in,,, l,. ,n 'in. lowo'- i ml ol a go! li i.r i.i. ii... It will mk.ii tt 1 1 thrn.iglt it. wlm:i. n n.j.li us lin as the top of tin- il itu, If ,i., piii ,u weie boron in i n 1 1 1 1 by ni,nl titai.e s. nun Ii labi.r ain i'i(iii.i' wntilil be nivciI ami wo would Iimmi noil inaiU. Negieei of it is ruiiunt; nmu juris of thu countv. TlllUtU is a 2O0d deal of liowsnminr discussion over tho rccomniciidiitlon of Commissioner Dudley that ono hundred million dollars be aiuiromlateil bv Con- gre-s toward the payment, of arrears of jiensions, ana the word "swindle" is very trenly used u roioroiico to the pa's sago of thu arrears bill. Thero was no swindle about It. The difference of opinion as to tho mnount of money nco ussaiy to jmy tho claims tinder tho bill was very wide, oiie oftlelals eontend ing that f.nty or fifty niillions only would t.o necessary, whllo others ar gued that tho jun claims would reach three or four hundred millions. Tho lormcr sum has already been paid out; lint Commissioner Dudley, who has ex amined tho subjent thoroughly, claims that a hundred million now will settle ,.all tho claims, and, as long us thu law is in force and tho money has to bo jmld, the sooner tho settlement Is niado the better. Tho sttiplus revenues of tho government dining tho present year will provide tho money, and an increase Of tho olorical force of tho pension ofileo will provide the machinery to do It. It is expected that tho National debt will bo reduced 8120,000,000 during tho year 1881. Thu total reduction made last year was 8101,000,000. Th reduc tion mwlo during tha past four months, 855,000,000, is tho largest made In any lour months for a considerable time, nnd 822,000,000 greater than for the corrof ponding period of Inst year. The largo reduction Is duo to tho 'largo eus. toms nnd internal revenue receipts, and to the reduction in tho annual intorost charge l'or this County I'apkii. .TOSIAH Oll.llKltt HOLLAND. Atiothur labotcr lias qtiltluil tho Held of his ttsoftiliioss, nnil (iono to ri'st. 'I'lionirlj brief, as tlmo Is I'ottntcil. vet Ureal nnil lastlni; Ims been his work. American iiierntnro litis few unities more jiojHiliir or beloved than .1. 0. Hultmul. V roni the llrst hu has been tt nmn who wrote, for the tunny; who la. bored to entertain, edify", ittul lii.sttuet, and none will question the full meaxuro of his achievement. In every well ordered Ameri.'nn hoine, ttroiind every njijireelnilve lire side, his books ro read and enjoyed. What author has .so exeiteil the admira tion of thu you n;, bv his une.ieeted advice or quiet encoiiiiiiMiieut. Who bus so well iirejiared thiMU to meet the teat world berelt of all varnish and pliller, mid eaned ilium to rejy upon their own uprllitiies.s and nioilt. If any are Inelined to overentlmnlo their Iniportaneo in tho divine economy, ho has told them that the world eares noth in; lor them, and that with all Its var ied netlvitles, it would move on without them ns with them. It there are others retiring urn! dillldent, lie praises modes ty, tells them not to despair, that lite world will not Ignore their virtues or withhold Its ajiiiobatlon, only work pa tiently and wait quietly. In sueh a slnqilo but linn manner does ho admin ister counsel or renroof. that tho votine- reader liten.s and believes as to one who uas auinoriiy. Tim attth-ir becomes a friend, who, while he never (nils to commend, hesitates not to point out a tteteet or express contempt tor a weak ness. What young person has tint been startled by the awnkoiiin; of a moral chord before untouched ? a sudden expansion of his factilllos to prapjile with a simple, philosophic question P l'or instance, that wo aro responsible forourMoHrAfe; tlutt many a fair face and ;eiitlo inaiiiier, who aro shocked at perlldiotis deals, would often blush tcartet with shame, were tlioir tliotights made known. Tow young persons are altogether innocent In this respect, and the way in which Dr. Holland Intro duces the matter to thu minds, acts Hko tho bursting of a revelation thrilling and lllllng tho young heart with new and crave responsibilities again, the old question of goad and evil, which has occupied for somu space at least, the in quiring mind of every young jicrson, is presented with a purity and beauty winch will fortiy against "the cynical or skeptical theories that may bo encoun tered later. Although theso questions may be old, even stMu to advanced thinkers, yet, by Dr. Holland, thoy aro given to tho young wlt'i a fklll, with a power, a thnttghtfulnesss, that awakens, instructs, wins. The thought and pains ho h.s bestowed upon Ids work for tho young people, show him to have held this part of his great mission in no mean regard. Our literature affords few books to valuable to tho young, as "Gold Foil,'" "Lesson In Life," "Every way topics," "Titeomb's Letters." and liittorsweet." In tho beginning of his Journalistic areer, Dr. Holland was connected with tho Springfield, (Miim.) Jlmublkmi and so continued during many busy years. Side by .side, with his provincial " .dl TvviT T V ,K T"' li'' "V.olf'. W,,,ul! wc lu,,k, hl' 1 " '"'"'' rejm.a.io,,. With his subsequent brilliant stleenss as editor, all are familiar. He used tho press to subserve thu hluhost moral poses, and impressed his lessons with raro, eitcctivo power. His labors as ioumalwi entitle him to iho most hearty encomiums. In a verv cront m. i, was a preacher, preaehlng with his pen for an aiidleueo of thousands, whoro his voice must have been iinlirmi.,1 i,it tNtigito poworlos. Ills aim Inohnst to be useful. It is safo to say ho would c- iuun, ma iiiurary lame but lightly if sev ered from tho moral good it bus aceom plished. A llfo-long friend and ussoel. ate thus speaks of him; "It was the especial distinction of Dr. Holland that hu used tho newspaper's power to serve the jueacher's purpose. As u moral teacher ho found a weapon sujiorior to the old as a rillc is superior to the cross-bow, or a locomotive to a stagecoach. No less did he enlarge and ennoble tho function of iotirnalism. bv putting it to a now and higher use! Ho showed that a nowspnjicr inb'ht do SOmellllnr' lllnrn lli, i.. t,.ll .1... ? .; , " , , ".'."" u" "in news: something besides discuss what's doln' in i iisiiumion j something more even than to net as guldo and judL'o In litem tnro and ait and public affair. Ho used tho dally or tho monthly journal to piiruy aim sweeten tlio fountains of noi'Minai nnil fnnniv lie. n . continually thu word that should Inspire u.iuK iii.-n iu no jiuro, ami women to bo strong; tho word that shed poetry over tlio Imiiiii llfn ii,,, ,,,., i n.. ii.... every intorost tho light of conscience and in u iiu nun oi moral leeiing," Ho was a man of striking personal ap- pearanco. Ono of those never seen but to bo ndnilrod ; nnd of boaring o units ual ii? always to attract attention, no matter how largo tho assembly In which ho moved. Above th n ninillnni hndrlif ho was slender and straight as an Indian, of a dark complexion, with dark, bril liant eyes, nnd black hair and nionv tacho Which of lato had become prizzlod. ino last uayot his netlvo life was "pent In his chair of labor, iropnrlntr his editorial for the December Cciitun, Thoughts of tho latu I'roidont, whom ho know pcrsonnllv. hnunlod him, mid during tho day ho frecinenlly siioko of fJmn.il.l. Hw u..i. Joct, "Poverty as a Means of Developing ,;iU,, o uirnisiieil with illustia ions from the Jives of Lincoln ami fiar liole. J he last wiiriU ,r t.i .1 t , , , : it.n ui.ijni3iie(i task, anil re atlngto the latter, might be used npptopiately for his own epitaph! "IliS kllll'Vn mis ni.(.,n,,,,ll ,l ' : . v ""i'huiiiiuuw ami powers won for him tho resjieet of all, anil hid sympathy lor the huniblo drew 4 111 Ht f 4 I. .. m - - iu ....j. i.iu iiuiuuj oi mo world," Kiuu Leith. In Crocerles? If so, go toMclnlnch's Boots and Shoes? Don't buy until you took through Mclnclch's Stock. Do you expect to buy Harness and Saddles, nil hand work, nnd or tho best Material, at less prices than Shoddy goods are Sotd? no to Mclninch When you get ready to buy Boots nnd Shoes, Savo 25 per cent, by buy ing of Mclnincc. Young Han before you Marry you should buy your WEDDING OUTFIT -A.T A -A nVC 0 1 1ST 1 1ST" OHfS 1,1)00 Frederick Avenue, St. Joseph, MO. 4,000 men Immcdlalely to duy their Clothing nt Mclnlnch's. 4.S00 Doys Immediately to buy their Clothing at Mclnlnch's. 4,000 Children Immediately to buy their Clothing al Mclnlnch's. 4,750 Ladles to purchaso our bcautitul Light Running Mew Home Sewing Machine. Wo can now furnish S00 Ladles with our Handsome Cloaks and Dolmans Wo can furnish 200 Misses with our handsomu Cloaks. Wo havo about 80,000 pairs Custom made Hoots and hhoes left. Wo can ncconimodalo 1,000 Custo mers dally. Wo want to lit up 1,000 head of Horses with our nobby Oak-tanned Harness. Goods arriving by the car load and in atciimtilatlon In fact If you want any (Joods It wilt ccitainly pay vou to visit us. We carry cvcrvthlng iu tlio goods both Wholesalo and Itutall. Country merchants will do well to look through our stock tho only Jobbing House In the Wo?t that carrlos a general fctock. Call or wiito for price list. Terms, Cash. A -A' MCININCH- ST JOSEPH 1,900, 1,1)02 1,1)01 FREDERICK AVENUE. Headquarters! JAS EWIUG- & CO., SUCCESSORS TO WELLER & G-ELV "NT 3VX.ITT-A.1VX, MO, DEALERS IN ( generalTmebchaRdise. Wc desire to call Special Attention t BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND GAPS, Qucenswaro, etc., which are now being received, nnd cxtcr.d n cordial invi tation to all, to call and examlno our goods before purchasing WE AKE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED WEBER BOOTS AI SHOES, ot which wo have n largo stock of all grades. Country Produce taken in exchange l'or goods at highest Market Prlco. J" AS. BWIUG- & CO. MAITLAND, MO., 7 F. Henshaw & Co., Wholesalo and Buggies, Phaefcns sd Spring Wagons, 218 and 220 Third Street, ST. JOSEPH, MO, CSyllETWFEN I1ACON AND PACIFIC HOUSES. Arriving. We are now receiving our Fall and Win ter stock of goods and invite the inspection of all close buyers. Our goods are fresh and new. We did not carry over from last year, a single over coat, Cloak, Blankets, or any of that class of goods. Call and see us. We can and will save you money. Smith. & Phelps, HVEOTTZDsTID CITT. El! ttspi oour large enj well selected stock of Retail Dealers in 7 F ENDEBROCK, Manufacturer of nil kinds of TRAYELIE wi PACKING TRUNKS VAI.18ES, Sc., AND DUALKIt IN TEAVELIHG BAGS d SATCHELS '13 & 115 Second Street, bet. Felix &. Franols BT. JOSEPH, MO AKHS I BERRDS Manufacturer and Dealer In all Kinds of FURNITURE! I have on baud 11 largo stock of Bedsteads, Bureaus, "Wardrobes, Cupboards, Sales, Tables, Stands, Chairs, Rockers, Pictures, Picture Frames, Upholstered Lounges, Brackets or all Kinds. I keep on hand a full slock of Coffins and Hnrial Cases, Caskets, Ilurlal Robes, Wraps, Gloves and Crape, Corpse l'reservur, Embalming Fluid, and a Fine Hearse. All orders will bo promptly attended to. Terms reason able. AUGUST UKRRES, West Side Public Square, Oregon, Mo. MM HALEY, FOREST CITY, MO, is propnred to do all kinds of Blacksmithing, Vagon Work, Boiler Repairing Sheet Iron Work, Plow Repairing Horse Shoeing. I havo made a specialty of llorso shoo ing and diseases ot tho FEET CF HORSES or n number of yoars, and I claim to know how to shoo a hor60 or mulo. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Grand Avenue, Forest Oity DR. HENDERSON HKr.a.. ... - ... JZJ r l'i oiuwui7,at, en.c. Seminal WrakncM 1 (nlihi .tana), OoxualDeblUty (lott afium power), lie. i a-rt cuiranteJ it or No dclenUon from bnilneiil; No ruimli to drui ftoru-ali medlelnci rurnUhe4, erea torifieotf tt 5 Ulsunce. bpec Ul .tttntlon given to itiil '!? !lSe?'lmiKpUenir,IIrtntnilBilall cues. Bute your case, una wnaror tera. C'oniuU ether thln. sent tea ed for twn 01 N. U, My Free Uuaram is now opeiwieo dueritv. , , - .mmvh ja tyUlcago. The great superiority of DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRTIP nvpr allothercough remedies is attested by the immense popular demand for that old established remedy. For the Cure of Coughs, Colds, I Hnnrspnp. Pmim AciVmo T.n " '-J vtuujl) 4 0,,,I1U, I cbitis.VVhnnnlnr PnnT T-nl..!n , ....Q WWM.., MlW.kf.llb I Consumption and for the relief of MMHM...A.f . f . 1 I .uiiuupuvc ijcreons in aavancea ewyes 01 me urease, tor sale byoll Druggists. Price, 25 cents. t mm OUR LITERARY TABLE. The Chlldron'i Muicum. An cleRiu'itly llliMlmteit inontlily torninrond vanccit cliitdrcn, cunt.-ilulug tntcreMInx stories, liiMrtiellvo lilstDrleal Ineldciils, nic)n, ami Im moron sketches, with iiiiiny beaiillful illustrn tloni, Is p ibllMicil by F. II. tleililnril & Co , New York City, i'rlcc St. on per year. Our Little Onai. This beautlfiil lllustrateil inngazlne for little I'cnple, imbllslicd by Ktiwll I'lthlMihiff Co.. Iloaton, entcM Itssceotul year ttllli the Xocm bcr number, ami contains many iiretty little stories, ami poems wltb Illustrations tlmt are not equalleil by m.iny nt our inatmrltics for old cr people. ItU tirlalit, Instmctlvo and inter eitliid to children. Ilarper's Younp Pooplo. With tho next number Jo;mt' 1'oioik IVn pkbechisllsthlnlvotvine. The tv yean of this perlodiPal'd trrmvtli have lifted It from a Uirous Infancy to n robust youtli. The nlm of Its luibllslirrs has been to make Jtarprr' Ytm g I'cnple attractive without belli? sriis.Hloiiul,niid to this end they have seem ed the services ol a IiIrIi class nf wrllen ntul nrllrts. This fact has been rceogaleil by tUe(:liaiitaitm"YoiiiiB l'co ple's Union" which hns Ineliiileil this Illustrated weekly iimmif; Iho works whleli the members of (tie union arc required to rend. The nuthor of "Toby Tyler" will contrlbtito to the new volume of ifdijif ' l'miiif ;Vn;)le a itory called "Mr. Stubb's Ilrother." The boys nnd ulrls who have read "Toby Tyler," need not bo told who "Mr. Sttibbs" Is, and they aro sure to weleomo his brother wltli open arms. Et. Nicholas. The new series of this popular macazlrc bo Klns with the November, ami nil imryoutiK peo pto should semi for It at unco. It Is tlio lead InKpiiblleatloaof Its hind In tlio world and Its array of rontilbitfurs Includes the lirljihest minds of Europe iiinl America. Seo prospectus hi nnotlicreoliimii. Tho Contury. LatctScrlbner's Monthly) enters upon Us new year with tho November number. It comes to us enlarged nnd materially Improved. Lovers nf pure literature ..should subscribe for 1 bis, the lead er of literary monthlies. n- l'.i t . iitiil1. 1. , II ' . I i. II Iff- .,, H ' M II r v , 11 , .1 -M.( ii. Wl.l.lt... IV . .. ....... s aB s, lilt. ,',.. I. . , I 111. .tall.... ., ...... a.' . II 111 ........ .. IlllLfl,. V,,,,! 'imiil S Mll i.i (. Hi nmiiilil, 1 llziitii'iti S.lii... ..nt .ii (JI.Hl.ln. lllr.-tl Ti',1,,1, t . 1 . up,, I oiili. II..Msllrr Join.,.,,,, . .11 i oi.lldi;,., I'dwniMl i:jr,.,ii, ' " ,',V'VV:P- l HoM-tll. v V. ,V,,""'Vl No'ili HriinUV 1 1 lloilvxiMt lliiriii.t!. viln . ".;,"'r. .Hnrli.n Iliirliuul. .1. "" " I.nrcoili. Min. I. I1....HI. iMrli'li, mid III... -M, ,,tl,,.... 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".' wmi oi tu- IP.'i: lull UCUlpl.lM 1 " 0 d h'o ..YomVi'.; ii i iu v " ' r"-..uy . monani vinifcuire nut lloronKlo.. H 1 iH.tlPtl 111 U tl'.air IhI....i ... . ir ii ,, ,;!f;;7, , - humiuii.ui llliisiralious lrom reppnt u0. llrPttPllfllf 1'n Mai. mi. u ' ?u'f, ' !:v' 1 'f lerlcic. w. ltoliPmiVu V Un im tli' iii. .inu. ,,i:i..,i , aesi mi Jhr " ' l Aiiii-rlr .. Tlit.ro "111 he -mill... r, l.iiaufel'mv, Vlillil"; iffi II' ''T''1 """. v K. . KlPil'mui. " orl!.V.Yl'?' '"u"',"'lM. Hiul r.yn iiihv bp fc.i3K.h.i. ":i. i'oSX" W f, 'A ''!! !!" pr llaiili. A. i). ItPdiumil. v. li M, ... v ViT flouK.s, iyi..teeJW8ifiPkiim. ('.nil m, V, 51111. 11, II, TTrJimu ..rt MipLnov' rfiwiiin (!l.1.lp..,.loli llu&frffi .in, 1 .1111 ill mi m i ii , T.-hTV Kini .'1 Ini'Krei. I II" I nn. 11. w .J .! " btlHH'uiiJ niaiv oil ."J,. B' "' U8"- niiV.,. iu... ,..o ri... . . Iil.n 1 1 " 1 110 ,l VP II T(' Ol tlio .cr.aVpioVii.ViiiVarH'iir'0 ""'" ""' 'IS1 ,s ' i'iiiin:U.y cniiinlpie, an r lie Wa'.)irl'",ifVlt,..V111 coiwI.lrr.itilV VVilii rire.T Hi.; Pf)1 i,,r ct,e C'culiiry lliiKl ,i w a life... spss a now li,a 11 1. . ,.v. ,. ., irii ,b 9 , CI HI, nr III r ...., m.u Mnv u Km 11111,1 incrs, nnu liy book stfllcrs anil nawsilF.iWi evprvwliVrP. ' Vnlou Nqnnrv, Imt York. . ioT raw w l.vuV.: !,'" ' " P S'.' " .arVsItotlieVoy.lerior.l.W'In.Via: L'lhf-l w Mi mm mm. In anolhor column wo publish tlio prospectus of "tho old reliable" St. Louis Jlcjmblt'can which wo ndvlso nil to read carefully. It Is tho oldost nnd most rcllablo nowspnpor pnbllshod in tho grout Mississippi Vnlloy mid s'ands to-dny without a rivnl In tho West. Although Democratic In politics it is always fair nnd candid In its criti cisms nnil always alms to toll tho truth. Wo can recommend it to all who want a good, rollablo family newspaper. There was another carthqunko nt Agram, Sunday night. tSoino houses wcro ovclhrown. "I write you to certify that I Imro ued Dr. 811111110113' Liver Rcgulntor iu my family wltli complete success. ' .1. W. D. Hlrd, Chattahoachee, Flu." Thomas Tlflln, a merchant of Mon treat, who died last week, left $00,000 to Roman Catholic charHios. "SollersM.iver Fills" havo been tho standard remedy for malaria, liver complaint, eo.tlvcncss, etc., for ilftv years. ' ' A mm.... , . , -'i 'ii u riiriegaieu inatDIo equal to any in Italy was reeoutly discovered ill MllVllllIln nni,l. Vl....l.:i . , iif-iiiiu, 1882, HAEPEF'S mm PEOPLE, An Illustrated Weekly--.6 Paoes. N",,n,l,,,;.7,'ee:i'i,eV;r.r,,,m Rl Vote III Commcflces Noymbar 1 1881. Now is the time.to Subscribe. Tlio T.hiiik l'pnple li,n ,C1. from 10 flrnt st;iipiut liijiiiil iimIcli.i,ioii. .V. 1 fciciiry yii't. It lnn 11 il .tliict .iirrxi to nuleli It Mc.iilllv nillii'tes Iiinl. it iiu.- v. nr iiii.ni .,,11,,,. ,i: '," loiiH..jn;rJiitllie J...I n u i miit 1,1, J,m nmu'' ", W t'" " " w"" l'lif iienttiMs. i;1i;um;i. e . f nurravliii. mill eon- IPtlH liflll'lallV. II 14 MI,iiV ,1 hv 11 IV 1,1. IWtZ'g iZbh'.1 l'' ,lurlcc. lis Wi-i-Uy vi.ln lire eneei v lonki-u fnr. nnt milvtiv tin-1 uli.i, en. Im, .1 ... l.v p.ir. til". wlwi l.t,M.llx,..l ll, , tmul,. , !,lt(.r,.r,K f ew York. ,,0-t"' "' '"'W6. JJiiriM Aui-ekly piipi'r fn-en: .i.pii wlili li narciiU lienl tint Icir tu li-l In,- 1 a.nlie n 11. 1,1 ,, 1 , fi: luinllyll.e.iU. -Un,. ,l jm,'u T,w. ' "lu .lint the . ipiT to 1 1 Ke ino cyi' ninl prnrn dm a.t,;i,.l.,u ,1 ,U b ami iSu.s-l1, Tl.ltMS! HAHl'En'N YOl X(. ITOl'M: I IVr 'i., INi.lnrr t're.l'.tid, 1 1, no- S iijilc Niiimii, h. f, c, ilt, , 1111:11.' vn.,;iiii. ri.r rt,,, l(,n,,., - I .Vutllll'MT I'l ..,,.1! ,,. nvitti.r Viicv.l l'f.,.. k ifii. y Mi-tel- I'l ri-. 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FOSTlilt, ODALl'S SPAVIN CO. ... ... uocncsicr, lndNnv. 30. ism. - n.llVE.DAI.l, & CO., UelltH I 1'lt'iLSB pnrl sn uiaH', y ot tv rllsIiiB matter for Kendal 's Hpajln Dure. It liasut'oud alo licru niul iriv tlie bcstof satisfaction. Of idl wo liove oM wo have yet w icaru the first ui.favSrabTi-re VLTV ltPKtin.tfnlli. Oawson & Son. Druggists. KENDALL'S SPATIN CUBE. Tin li t ,.-W!!l.".,ful!'.I.UW!l.'.','0V. 23(1. 1880. iui"i'h'.!! 8imvlu7 one buttle" r' !'VV cdC!hBUial,,n"! new and removed most nil tliu bunch. ' VntlP llliaiAAiT..1l.. Leroy il. araliam. KENDALL'S SPJ On Human Fi Ijv York, Feb. 1 tlfilllnr iiw!i itii'ti'lit..!. tl S!"C1US I- ... '-- utiivii v mm WilS IL tint lliriiiMir .i.l,l.. Mtaudhtgr T had' ti f? ."aW I'ffibSVnl ." . uai u lieTiince hurt .1 itvfii excels anytiiuiK we cV rastorof it, K.Churcl., 'tleis Vliil5,N. v Is such In in iUt.ffpta ,.,n.i 1.1. a, SPAVIN CUREftl n i II I K .M AX lli tliO ltnt llnlrn. V a UK I t) ,HV? ',"'.' fr IllustralPd Circular which ce"i to ii ,iv kifowpb) ,5'' 51U;1! '''"tnllBed uc liiaii y ltll0,ul(lt'e. for beast as well us ?1','c?.." PMtmttlp.or six bodies for M All IJritgulstB havo it or can tret It fiirlvVii n it ,J be sunt post paid to nnyranUrfee ft t"lJ Sold by All Druggists.